LNG Floating Storage In Revithoussa Receives Cargo
11.08.2022 By Ella Keskin - NEWS

November 8, 2022 [Tank Store Mag] – Mytilineos, a global industrial and energy company, has unloaded the first LNG cargo from DESFA’s floating natural gas storage unit (FSU) in Revithoussa, Greece.


The transshipment of over 140,000m³ LNG cargo is being unloaded via a ship-to-ship process – the first time this procedure is being carried out in Greek territorial waters.

The FSU is moored 700m from the LNG terminal, increasing Revithoussa’s storage capacity from 225,000m³ to approximately 370,000m³ LNG in total. It offers the LNG facility additional flexibility when receiving and unloading LNG cargoes, as it is now possible to unload two LNG carriers simultaneously.


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